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Capturing the Beauty of Adirondack Birds with Jeff Nadler Calendar

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When?
July 29
What Time?
3–4pm

Wildlife photographer Jeff Nadler presents his breathtaking images of Adirondack birds, with wildlife, wildflowers, and scenics as well, accompanied with a magical music score. In the second half of the program, he will discuss his photography techniques, equipment, settings, a few stories, and answer questions. Traveling through numerous Adirondack habitat types, see intimate portraits of warblers, owls, birds of prey, loon families, shorebirds, boreal species, and much more. To complement the birds, Adirondack moose, black bear, and Adirondack nature will be seen. Whether your goal is taking bird photos for wall prints, Instagram sharing or personal web galleries, this presentation will inspire you and help you take better photos.

Jeff is a wildlife photographer from Burnt Hills (Saratoga County), NY, who specializes in avian subjects. He is a frequent contributor to Adirondack Life, Adirondack Explorer, NYS Conservationist and regional guidebooks featuring nature of the north country. His photographs of birds at risk are in use by numerous conservation organizations across the US and Canada. He is an important contributor to the Boreal Songbird Initiative, whose mission is coordinating conservation efforts of Canada’s vast boreal forests. Jeff’s passion for capturing intimate portraits of birdlife and wildlife with artistic compositions, technical excellence, and pleasing lighting are signature aspects of his work.

Free for members or with paid admission.